Turner Catledge

Turner Catledge

". He was later a vice-chairman of the company. His biography, "My Life and The Times" was published in 1971.

External links

* [http://www.encyclopedia.com/doc/1E1-catledge.html Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition] at encyclopedia.com

The Broadway play, "The Girls in 509", c. 1958 and 1959 by author Howard M. Teichmann, was dedicated to Turner Catledge: "To TURNER CATLEDGE, gentleman journalist, who nightly played his role faultlessly, whose behavior before, during, and after each performance was exemplary--whose good humour and graciousness are deeply appreciated."

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